Real Madrid star Kaka has expressed his desire to leave the Spanish giants before the summer transfer window closes.
The 31-year old has not been receiving much playing time under Carlo Ancelotti and is now looking for a move elsewhere.
His latest concession will have alerted his former club AC Milan who may look to bring the 2007 World Play of the Year back to the Italian capital. The Serie A club received a then world record fee of £56 for his services in 2009.
The latest soccer betting on bet365 suggests that there is also likely to be interest from a number of Premier League clubs who may see the Brazilian as an ideal purchase to improve their squad before September 2.
Real are expecting to tie up the deal for Gareth Bale over the next few days meaning opportunities are likely to be more limited for Kaka if he was to say at the Bernabeu. He did get some playing time on Thursday evening in a friendly over Deportivo where he scored twice in the game. However, others have been preferred ahead of him in competitive fixtures by his old boss.
He is unable to move back to his home country where he started his playing career as their transfer window is currently closed so his options are limited.
There is also speculation from fans who bet on soccer games, surrounding the future of Mesut Ozil and Angel di Maria at the Madrid club. Both players have been linked elsewhere with Arsenal thought to be keen on securing one of their signatures.
The German was not happy after being substituted on Monday evening in his side’s 1-0 victory over Granada. He signed for Real in 2010 from Werder Bremen after shining the World Cup during that summer for his country.